Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear
I will be happy to assist or direct you to others that can help. We have found that at times a 3rd party anti virus causes all kinds of goofy problems.
Something that will help me and others is you filling out your ((My System Specs
)). You can use the User CP at the top of each page. This little program will help. Speccy - System Information - Free Download
Some times your video card will come with a program that has the ability to change your desktop. Nvidia tool is called Daeman and I forget AMD's tool name.
Thank once again,
1 hour ago the problem recurred "god knows why", so I loaded an image of the disk that I had made about 2 hours before (it has NIS installed), it also happens regardless of the web surfer.
Again now I can surf perfectly, but likely in a couple of hours I'll be unable to do it.
What I've noticed is that if I can't surf and I go to safe mode everything is fine.
I still haven't tried your advise to remove NIS with the removal tool and see what happens.
Ten or more years and I've never had this issue--I'll surely be in touch.